The wolf is considered as the first human’s domesticated animal, the first attested domestication cases would at least be over 15000 Before Present.

  The wolve’s pack is organized around a dominant couple (Alpha couple) and subjected individuals (omega wolves). The pack’s size depends on the territory’s size and on the food supplies. 

  Although it is a carnivore, it can fulfil its diet with plants, berries or mushrooms.

 Northern hemisphere (Europe, Asia, North America).

 carnivore mammals / cervid family.

 50 – 80 cm at the shoulder. 90 – 170 cm from the muzzle to the end of the tail (30 – 50 cm).

 Male 20 – 80 cm. Female 15 – 60 kg. New-born cub about 300 grammes.